Top 14 George A. Moore Quotes

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Everybody sets out to do something, and everybody does
Everybody sets out to do something, and everybody does something, but no one does what he sets out to do.

George A Moore
An idea is so impersonal; it is yours today and the whole world‘s tomorrow.

George A Moore
England produced Shakespeare, and the British Empire the six-shilling novel.

George A Moore
To what better purpose can a man‘s energy be devoted, and his talents, than the resuscitation of his country‘s language?

George A Moore
The right I claim is that of every human being to speak what he believes to be the truth to whomever he may meet on his way.

George A Moore
Every race gets the religion it deserves, and only as policemen, pugilists, and priests have they succeeded, here and there a successful lawyer, but nothing more serious.

George A Moore
Dublin dwindles so beautifully; there is no harsh separation between it and the country. It fades away, whereas London seems to devour the country; an army of buildings come and take away a beautiful park, and you never seem to get quite out of sight of a row of houses.

George A Moore
Reality can destroy the dream; why shouldn’t the dream destroy reality?

George A Moore
Remorse: beholding heaven and feeling hell.

George A Moore
An idea has been running in my head that books lose and gain qualities in the course of time, and I have worried over it a good deal, for what seemed to be a paradox, I felt to be a truth.

George A Moore
The wrong way always seems the more reasonable.

George A Moore
Men never get free from morality, only women.

George A Moore
‘The Dublin Magazine‘ has been edited with good taste, and it is very agreeable reading, but to speak quite candidly, I do not believe in the future of any literary journal any more than I believe in the future of the Trinity.

George A Moore
Isn’t it strange that religious prejudicesbeliefs none possess, not even the saints, so they have lamented – divide brothers and sons from their fathers. You see, I except mothers and sisters; the female is not a religious animal. If she were, the world would have ceased long ago.

George A Moore